Promoting inclusion and mental well-being | Promouvoir l’inclusion et le mieux-être mental
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Print Edition | Fall 2007 - Winter 2008

Print Edition | Fall - Winter 2008
Monday, December 1, 2008

McCluskey stresses that he experiences the same emotions and enjoys the same hobbies as any teenager would. In his speech, he said that people with autism are bullied and abused because they are not seen as real people. He was quick to point out, though, that he was not bullied, nor did he experience any abuse at Vincent Massey Collegiate. “I was never bullied in school,” he remarked. “ The students and teachers treated me with the respect I deserved.”

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